Fernando Peraza Medina Edit Profile
Early education unknown. Law degree, University of Yucatán, 1942. Professor in the social sciences, National Polytechnic School.
Professor, Federal Institute of Teacher Education. Teacher in Yucatán and Mexico City.
Member of the City Council of Mérida, Yucatán, 1938. Federal Deputy from the Popular Socialist Party (party deputy), 1967-1970. Plurinominal Deputy from PSUM, 1979-1982, member of the Tourism and Justice Committees.
Member of the Mexican Communist Party, 1935-1943. Member of the Politbureau, Mexican Communist Party, State of Yucatán, 1936-1942. Founder and militant of the Popular Party, 1948-1960.
Militant of the Popular Socialist Party, 1960-1971. Member of the Central Committee of the Popular Socialist Party, 1968-1971. Candidate of the Popular Socialist Party for governor of Yucatán, 1969.
Founder and member of the Central Committee of the Party of the Mexican People, 1977.